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FDI cap of 49% in insurance industry is a welcome move: Rajesh...

The union cabinet has approved to raise FDI limit in the sector to 49%. It has also approved amendment to insurance laws bill. In addition, cabinet has approved amendment to SEBI act. Cabinet nod to SEBI amendment paves way to replace ordinance. ... MyIris, 5 days ago

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49% FDI in insurance is a welcome move: Rajesh Sud, Max Life

a lot of discussion around some rules being notified and about how these approvals might finally take place", says Rajesh Sud of Max Life. In a chat with ET Now, Rajesh Sud of Max Life shares his view on the 49% FDI in insurance. Excerpts: ET Now: Give us ...
 Economic Times5 days ago

Hike Rs 1 lakh tax exemption limit: Rajesh Sud, Max Life Insurance CEO

into double digits. At the same time, its bottomline has not been hit, with profits for shareholders rising 3% to Rs 436 crore. Max Life CEO & MD Rajesh Sud spoke to TOI about the strategy going forward and the issues concerning the industry. Excerpts: ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Max Life Outperforms industry in FY 2014  Chennai Online2 months ago Max Life FY14 PAT up 3% at Rs 436 crore  Asia Insurance Post2 months ago

Capital approach: Insured, and unsure

Ravi Menon, Jul 28, 2014, DH News Service & Agencies: The Narendra Modi government's keenness to get things going a few weeks into the new government is clear with the decision to raise the FDI cap up to 49 per cent from the current 25 per cent.
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
The Financial Chronicle

Insurers hail FDI hike; PwC sees inflow of Rs 1 lakh cr

— By , July 25, 2014 12:25 am Potential investment in the sector could be anywhere in the range of Rs 80,000 crore to 1,00,000 crore. This may be just be the cure for pushing the country into the league of top tier markets, beyond the 12-year old ...
 The Freepress Journal4 days ago Insurance prop laced with riders  Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago Cabinet okays 49% FDI cap in insurance  Chandigarh Tribune5 days ago Cabinet clears bills on Sebi, insurance FDI; market gives thumbs-up to development  Economic Times5 days ago
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49 FDI in insurance cleared pension reform next

The Union cabinet on Thursday approved a proposal to ease foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in the domestic insurance sector to 49% from 26%, signalling the NDA government's intent to draw capital and investment into an economy that is ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago 49% FDI in insurance cleared, pension reform next?  Indian Mirror4 days ago

Stocks of insurance sector companies jump on FDI hike

Shares of companies with interest in insurance business rose by up to 10 per cent on Thursday after the government allowed to raise the foreign direct investment in the insurance sector from 26 per cent to 49 per cent. While the government has ...
 Financial Express5 days ago MF industry & insurance companies hope new government would offer incentives  Economic Times2 months ago MF industry hope new govt would offer incentives  Economic Times2 months ago
India TV

India's reforms push hikes foreign equity cap in insurance (Roundup)

RECENT ARTICLES RECENT GALLERIES New Delhi, July 24 (IANS) In a major push to reforms, India Thursday decided to hike the foreign equity cap in insurance to 49 percent, in a move that can potentially push ...
 Chennai Online5 days ago Indias reforms push hikes foreign equity cap in insurance  Mumbai News.Net5 days ago Modi Govt's first budget today: Inflation, fiscal deficit, high expectations…big challenges for FM  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Narendra Modi government's maiden budget bears high hopes  India TV3 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Every drop counts: Arun Jaitley makes it just a bit less taxing

Finance minister Arun Jaitley's maiden Budget proposes to increase the maximum amount of income not chargeable to tax to Rs 2.5 lakh from Rs 2 lakh, implying an annually saving of Rs 5,150 for individuals earning from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 15 lakh per ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago
Times of India

LIC dominates new policy collections

CHENNAI: State-owned LIC of India pipped private life insurers in underwriting new policies. The first-year premiums of life insurers during the last fiscal rose 12% to 1.19 lakh crore as against 1.07 lakh crore, on the back of LIC's 18% growth. ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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